It's just a gift for the fans and to give the album a nice extra push. I am very happy, basically all singles and the two songs she performed live but didn't released made it on one edition.ArmyOfMe wrote:Totally pointless re-release. She should just move on.
Same, especially with all the acts these days with theMainshow wrote:I don't think it's pointless at all. For real fans it's an amazing opportunity to have all things together on one album.
I wish more artists would do such things.
In a lot of markets her debut era only began with New Rules so that is not too longArmyOfMe wrote:It just serves the purpose of dragging her debut era even longer, which is not what she needs at all. I won't be surprised if she flops with her sophomore album.
The success or failure of her sophomore album will depend on the music. She isn't dragging this era, she has been releasing new stuff all this time. The album was released last summer FFS and despite the fact she has been releasing singles from it since 2015, she only blew up with New Rules. So she is basically only 1 year into this era. If anything it has been a refreshing feat to watch someone blow up very slowly unlike the first single decides the fate of an era we've all come to expect in the last decade for nearly all artists.ArmyOfMe wrote:It just serves the purpose of dragging her debut era even longer, which is not what she needs at all. I won't be surprised if she flops with her sophomore album.
She's just using the same formula in between releases as Sia, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj and many many other more famous and established artists do. Nobody calls them desperate.LotsOfLove wrote:I hope she delivers with her second album because all those Dj features seem so deserate to keep her in the limelight. All those featurings are songs that could be sung by any female artist because the songs have a certain formula, you just need a desperate voice to sing them.